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Behaviour Therapy

Our behavioural therapy is based on Applied Behavioural Analysis, an evidence-based approach that has been found to help children overcome behavioural issues and improve their overall well-being.


Behavioural therapy improves skills in multiple learning domains:

  • Language and communication

  • Cognition and perception

  • Social and play skills

  • Classroom group behaviour

  • Motor skills

  • Self-help independence


Behavioural therapy reduces emotional and behavior problems:

  • Tantrums and excessive crying

  • Anger and aggression 

  • Self-injurious behavior

  • Rigidity and poor compliance

  • Inattention 

  • Self-stimulation and sensory issues


How is behavioural therapy done?


A comprehensive assessment is first done to determine the child’s skill level and behavior deficits and excesses.  Then, an individualised behavioural treatment plan is created based on the assessment.


Each behavioural therapy session involves teaching each unit of behavior.  Data from each trial is recorded and analyzed to determine progress. As the child learns each skill, they then progresses through their individualised treatment plan to learn more complex behaviors.


In summary, behavioral therapy is teaching and developing practical skills to help the children manage behavior, emotions, and social interactions effectively in their natural environments. Therefore, this approach often takes place within the client’s home and school settings, where the behavioural therapist can directly address emotional and behavioural challenges affecting the child’s learning and development.


Our behavioural therapist works closely with the child, their families, and teachers to address behavioral concerns. Collaboration is a key element of the process.

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